Author Archives: Iuliana

Another one bites the dust

I love coffee. I am immune to caffeine, but I like the taste of coffee. It all started when I was six, yes I was six years old when I drunk coffee for the first time. My mother had her … Continue reading

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Self-analysis snippet

I’ve already mentioned that reading Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life changed me, made me better at interacting with other adults, however, I have to admit it also broke me in some ways. For example, it made me realize that I … Continue reading

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My Most Recent Achievement: Java 17 for Absolute Beginners, second edition

I already mentioned its release in my first entry for the year, but I think this book is worth a longer entry. The book is named Java 17 for Absolute Beginners, second edition which might lead people to believe there … Continue reading

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The Expat Experience

I left Romania almost four years ago. I know, how time flies, right? I have no plan to return to Romania to live there when I am old and grey. There are many reasons why I left and if you’ve … Continue reading

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2022, here we go!

I’ve been thinking about writing something about the year that is now gone. I usually list all my achievements and all the nice things that happened and try to make a list of things I want for the year to … Continue reading

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Being born guilty

If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that I was raised by an overly catholic mother. The consequence of this was low self-esteem, guilt, and lack of sexual education. The consequences of those were many and … … Continue reading

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Sometimes…

Clarification: this entry was written a while ago, just did not felt like posting it at the time. Somebody asked me today if I feel lonely. I’ve answered this question so many times, in so many ways, but my heart … Continue reading

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